Read the web with ease
People with mild to severe vision loss, which are browsing the web on their small displays, are facing a unique and specific challenge:
Mobile web pages like search engine results, news sites and many others don t let visitors zoom in, leaving out millions that can t read the tiny print size.
On regular websites, text flows off the screen to the sides when zooming above certain levels, requiring visitors to move the page for every line they read.
With BigFONT for iPhone and BigFONT for Desktop, users may set custom zoom levels to increase even the tiniest print on many mobile and regular websites to a comfortable reading size. Now everybody can enjoy large-size text that is automatically reformatted to stay inside the display, no matter how big it is. This eliminates left-to-right scrolling and allows for easy reading even at the highest zoom levels.
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No more squinting and eyestrain. Millions of people can finally browse the web on their phone with ease, many even without their reading glasses.
Additional useful features
For the offline world of prescription bottle labels and restaurant menus with small print, BigFONT transforms your phone into a portable magnifying glass with zoom levels of up to 8-times the original size
When looking for long periods of time at a computer screen at a fixed distance, the eye muscles and lenses lose their strength and flexibility, causing major vision problems.
Experts suggest taking regular breaks and looking at distant objects. (Not easy in most offices)
An convenient option to relax the eyes is by looking at the included 3D-stereogram images, which are focusing the eyes at a point deep behind the actual picture. This is like looking at a distant object, so the eye muscles adjust the lenses, relaxing and exercising the eyes.
Time for new glasses? Based on the GPS position, the iPhone will show the user recommended Optometrists with patient ratings and map directions to get them there quickly.
After finding it increasingly difficult to read small print without always searching for his reading glasses, Gerd Graumann, president of Speech Technology Group, decided to create the BigFONT app for iPhone to offer a better mobile web browsing experience for the rest of us with less than perfect vision.
BigFONT is available on the App Store for a limited time for only $0.99 in the US and priced accordingly in other global regions.